|Job Ref:||204581129||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£40000 - £50000/annum competitive||Post Date:||23/10/2016 08:53|
C#/(url removed) Developer- Financial services- London - £40-£50k|
A leading London based Financial services client has an exciting C# and (url removed) development role.
My client is an investment manager that specialises in maintaining the market share, to continue to innovate within the existing C#/(url removed) platform by providing exciting new functionality, in addition to supporting the existing client on their day to day requirements. .
This is a unique opportunity to work in a highly business facing role with many exciting projects in the mid to long terms.
The successful candidate will join a mixed-skill team using agile methodology on a variety of projects. The successful applicant will develop web based application in C#/(url removed).
While experience/exposure to financial services is nice to have, my client is looking for bright/enthusiastic developers with 1+ Years experience across a number of sectors. However, an interest in financial markets would be highly desirable due to the nature of the role.
The company have Desktop and Web focused client side so there is flexibility on the technical background although primarily C#/ (url removed) is most relevant. Those who have had the opportunity to work within an N-Tier environment would be best suited due to the varied nature of this C#/ (url removed) role.
* 1+ Years commercial experience with C#/.NET
* Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science related subject
* Exposure to Web technologies including (url removed) and MVC
* N-Tier development background
* Interest and or/ Experience within financial markets
* Knowledge of Agile methodology
This C# role sells itself as a fantastic opportunity to step into a highly successful company which rewards its workers with industry leading benefits.
For more information please forward your CV or call Tom Chapman